Tart, sour, and just as refreshing as ye olde cranberry sauce.
- ¼ cup fresh parsley leaves
- Flaky sea salt (such as Maldon)
Preheat oven to 350°. Slice ½ grapefruit, ½ orange, and 1 lemon crosswise into paper-thin rounds; remove seeds. Toss in a medium bowl with sugar, oil, and kosher salt. Roast on a parchment-lined baking sheet until golden in spots and crisp, 20–30 minutes; let cool.
Meanwhile, cut all peel and white pith from remaining grapefruit, orange, and lemons. Working over a medium bowl, cut along sides of membranes to release segments into bowl; discard membranes. Tear roasted citrus into pieces and toss with segments, breaking up larger segments. Stir in parsley; season with sea salt.
DO AHEAD: Citrus can be roasted and segmented 1 day ahead. Store roasted citrus wrapped tightly at room temperature; cover and chill citrus segments.
Nutritional ContentCalories (kcal) 72 Fat (g) 2 Saturated Fat (g) 0 Cholesterol (mg) 0 Carbohydrates (g) 16 Dietary Fiber (g) 4 Total Sugars (g) 11 Protein (g) 1 Sodium (mg) 290Reviews Section
Slow-Roasted Cod with Citrus and Fennel
Preheat the oven to 425°F. Place 3 tablespoons oil in a shallow baking dish. Add the fennel, evenly coated in oil. Zest one orange and one lime over fennel wedges, Season with salt, pepper. Roast until caramelized, 30-35 minutes, turning halfway through. Remove from oven and reduce heat to 275°F.
While fennel is roasting prepare the cod. Cut fish into 4 even sized filets. Zest one orange and one lime over fish then. Season fish with salt, pepper and Aleppo pepper.
Slice 2 oranges and one lime into ¼ inch slices. Haphazardly place fish and citrus slices atop the fennel. Scatter serrano chili slices and add remaining olive oil. Roast until the fish is just opaque throughout, 25 to 30 minutes, depending on thickness.
While the fish roasts, remove the pith and peel from the remaining orange. Working over a bowl, segment the flesh, reserving any juices.
In a small bowl add 1 tablespoon of vinegar and a pinch of salt to the sliced shallots. Allow them to soften 15-20, then drain liquid.
Combine orange segments, olives and herbs in a small bowl loosely combine. When fish is removed from the oven, and just before serving, add a small amount of the flavored oil and reserved orange juice to the mixture. Season with salt and pepper.
Dollop the orange-herb relish and a small pile of the shallots over each piece of fish. To finish, squeeze additional lime, a sprinkle of dill, and flaky sea salt. Be sure to plate each fish with a piece of fennel and a drizzle of the flavored oil!
How to Make Beet Relish
The concept is simple: Cubed beets are tossed in salt and smoky cumin, then roasted until tender and slightly caramelized, which makes them sweet and tones down some of the earthiness.
Then, we add a bit of lime zest and juice for acidity and brightness, and a touch of maple syrup to enhance the beets’ natural sweetness. Toss to combine, and you have a delicious relish on your hands.
Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C). Fold a 12- by 24-inch sheet of aluminum foil in half to form a square. Crimp two edges to form a pouch. Toss beets, 1 tablespoon (15ml) olive oil, rosemary or thyme sprigs (if using), and salt and pepper to taste in a medium bowl until beets are coated. Add to pouch and crimp remaining edge to seal. (If using multiple colors of beets, roast in separate pouches.) Transfer to a rimmed baking sheet and place in oven. Roast until beets are completely tender and a toothpick or cake tester inserted into a beet through foil meets little to no resistance, about 1 1/2 hours. Remove from oven and allow to cool. When beets are cool enough to handle, peel by gently rubbing skin under cold running water. Cut beets into 1 1/2–inch chunks. Beets can be cooked and stored in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Place pistachios in a mortar and pound with pestle until lightly crushed but not totally pulverized. (You can also chop them with a knife.) Transfer half of nuts to a large bowl and reserve the rest for garnish.
Add grapefruit juice, orange juice, lemon juice, shallot, minced herbs, and honey to bowl with pistachios and whisk to combine. Drizzle in remaining 3 tablespoons (45ml) olive oil while whisking constantly. Season to taste with salt and pepper.
To Serve: Toss beets and citrus with vinaigrette in a large bowl (if using red beets, toss them separately from everything else) and season to taste with salt and pepper. Spread half of ricotta over a serving platter, place dressed beets and citrus on top, dollop with remaining ricotta, sprinkle with reserved pistachios, and serve.
ROASTED CORN & SHISHITO PEPPER RELISH
Summer is here, and we have all the ingredients you need to make this incredible fire roasted relish. perfect for dipping and topping all summer long!
Soak ears of corn (still in the husk) in water.
Add peppers, onion slices, lime rounds, minced garlic, mesquite seasoning, and garlic oil to a mixing bowl and toss to coat.
Wrap loosely in foil to create a packet.
Place wet corn, and foil packet on the grill over medium high heat.
Grill until corn is completely blackened, peppers are blistered, and onions are tender and translucent, 25 to 30 minutes. Remove from grill, allow to cool enough to handle.
Discard lime rounds. remove stems from the peppers. Chop mixture.
Carefully cut roasted corn from the cob and add to chopped mixture.
Add cilantro, radishes, and squeeze in the juice from the remaining lime. Add salt to taste.
2 ears of Sweet White Corn
16 to 18 Shishito Peppers
½ of one Maui-Style Onion, sliced
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 tablespoon mesquite seasoning
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Citrus-Marinated Turkey Breast Recipe
Simplify your Thanksgiving meal prep this year and serve this moist and flavor-filled Citrus-Marinated Turkey Breast. If you can&rsquot find a boneless turkey breast, ask the butcher at your grocery store to bone a turkey breast for you. A 6- to 7-pound turkey breast will serve a table of 8, so if you are hosting a small group this holiday, this recipe is the perfect fit. Additionally, since there is no bone to worry with, it is easy to cut up any leftovers for delicious sandwiches or casseroles, such as turkey tetrazzini. Sent to Southern Living by Carolyn Gaskins of Cherryville, North Carolina, this recipe was first published in November, of 1994, and has remained a reader favorite ever since. Give a kick to the traditional canned cranberry sauce: in a small saucepan, combine a 16-ounce can of whole-berry cranberry sauce with a 10.5-ounce jar of jalapeño pepper jelly. Cook over low heat until the jelly melts, stirring often. Top with 2 tablespoons of chopped fresh cilantro, and serve alongside the turkey breast.
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Mix orange juice, oil and 1 teaspoon of the thyme in small bowl. Place salmon in large resealable plastic bag or glass dish. Add marinade turn to coat well. Refrigerate 30 minutes or longer for extra flavor.
Preheat oven to 400°F. Mix brown sugar, paprika, 1/2 teaspoon thyme and salt in small bowl. Remove salmon from marinade. Discard any remaining marinade. Rub salmon evenly with paprika mixture. Add salt and pepper to taste. Place salmon on foil-lined baking pan. Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Or, grill salmon over medium-high heat 6 to 8 minutes per side or until fish flakes easily with a fork.
Peel orange, section and cut into 1/2-inch pieces. Mix all ingredients in medium bowl. Cover. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Pan Roasted Sea Bass with Lemon Olive Relish
I’ve been having a lot of fun with citrus dishes this month both in coming up with different recipes using oranges and lemons and enjoying their bright flavors. My Italian market had some gorgeous sea bass over the weekend and what better to go with lemons than fish! This sea bass not only presented so colorful, the taste was amazing!! A gorgeous relish topping in a blend of tart and tangy flavor with a touch of honey sweetness really complimented this mild tasting fish.
As I purchase all my meats and seafood from this market I’ve become very familiar with the guys and can always count on them to select the perfect cuts for me. I learned early on to develop a relationship with the butcher and fish mongers. Getting to “first name basis” and I find they will provide lots of helpful information, cooking tips, what’s a better buy for that day and all around outstanding service!!
Sea Bass does have some pretty thick bones. Not a lot, but after having served this one time for a special dinner and my guest finding a bone, I am overly careful now to check! The best way I know is to simply run my finger over the fish and use my kitchen pliers or tweezers to pull them out. This one was really difficult and I had to push down with a fork to grasp some of the bones.
To prepare it, I decided to pan roast the sea bass as it was quite thick. I prepared the relish earlier in the day and simply seared the fish in a cast iron skillet and placed it in the oven to finish cooking. If sea bass is not available, any other firm, mild flavored fish could be used like cod or flounder.
Pan Roasted Sea Bass with Lemon Olive Relish
Sea salt (or Kosher) and freshly ground black pepper
½ cup chopped fresh parsley and thyme (or a mix of fresh herbs)
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Using a cast iron skillet, heat the pan over medium high heat. Add about 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Season the sea bass with salt and pepper and rub the fresh herbs on each side. When the pan is hot, place the fillets in the pan, do not crowd. Place a few lemon slices around the pan. Sear for a few minutes and turn. I like to sear both sides before placing in the oven. The amount of time in the oven will be determined by the thickness of the fillet. As these were fairly thick, I roasted them for about 6 minutes. I tested the fillet by checking the firmness with my finger. Remove the skillet from the oven and allow to rest just a few minutes. Discard the lemon slices and plate the sea bass with a generous scoop of relish allowing the liquid to pour and soak in.
For the lemon olive relish:
½ cup chopped green olives with pimentos
1 tablespoon champagne vinegar (or white wine vinegar)
1 tablespoon fresh parsley, chopped
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper
Cut the ends off the lemons and set on the flat side. Following the curve of the lemon, cut away the peel and white pith. Holding the lemon over a bowl to catch the juice, cut out each lemon segment, discarding the seeds. Coarsely chop the lemon and olives. Mix together the shallot, honey, vinegar and parsley in the bowl with the lemon juice. Add in the lemons and olives. Season to taste with sea salt and pepper – not too much salt as the olives may have a salty taste. Set aside until ready to use.